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The Humane League UK Volunteer Action Party!
EVERYBODY WELCOME ! Imperial College London, Skempton Building LT164 Unsure how to make a real difference for animals? Come and get stuck in at an Action Party with The Humane League UK! Not only will you meet a great group of volunteers and activists, plus get to snack on some vegan food and drink, but you’ll also contribute to some of the most effective campaigns to reduce animal suffering. You are also encouraged to bring your favourite vegan snacks and music. What the event will involve: 1) You will meet and be introduced to a group of other volunteers and activists who are all keen to do their bit to reduce animal suffering. 2) You will be introduced to the work of The Humane League UK. 3) You will get cracking on some actions to support The Humane League UK’s campaigns. Actions include writing letters and feedback forms, making phone calls, signing petitions and completing social media or email actions. 4) The activist who completes the most actions will receive a prize - an item of THL UK merch - for their efforts! Please try to bring internet-enabled devices (laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc), as most of the actions will be online. Since it began its work in the UK in 2016, The Humane League UK has already convinced over 100 companies to make commitments to reduce animal suffering! By attending this event you agree to adhere to The Humane League UK's Safe Space Policy. The policy link and more information can be found here: Thank you for creating an uplifting and supportive space for all activists in our community! FIND OUT MORE: The Humane League UK website: Evaluation of THL’s impact from Animal Charity Evaluators:

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    This is a group for people who care about animal rights/welfare and are interested in using evidence and reason to figure out how to help animals as much as possible.

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